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Refining and Petrochemical Consulting
ABL Group offers engineering and consulting, loss prevention and loss adjusting services to the refining and petrochemical industry. Our global footprint combined with growing in-house expertise and specialised knowledge of this sector enables us to support in the development of major facilities anywhere in the world.
With energy transition a dominant driver in today’s development discussions across oil and gas, we understand the need to support clients with optimised solutions whilst not compromising on risk, to aid the safe and efficient development of this flexible technology. Our entrenched legacy in the maritime industry also gives us a unique viewpoint of the role a developing petrochemical industry can play in future sustainable maritime development. Further to this, our cross-sector expertise gives us a clear understanding and appreciation of the requirements around supporting infrastructure for future output to provide a cost-effective alternative to traditional oil &=and gas.
Onshore and cargo-related MWS projects
ABL Group has a world-leading track record and trusted reputation amongst the insurance and underwriting markets, as marine warranty surveyor (MWS) on large-scale onshore projects and for project cargo. The development of refining and petrochemical plants more often than not would require sea and ocean transportation of critical and high-value modular assets from different global locations. ABL is well-placed to support with MWS and marine and engineering consulting for the de-risking of critical marine operations.
Our adjusters are experienced in the adjustment of claims and expert witness associated with refining and petrochemical facilities. With engineers located globally, our adjusting expertise extends across these sectors in both the onshore and offshore environments.
Our claim experience includes:
- Construction or builders all risk
- Delay in start-up
- Physical damage to property, plant and equipment
- Business interruption
- Control of well and operator’s extra expense
- Environmental pollution
- Third-party liability